January 10-2022 – Representing Workers at the Intersections of Immigration and Sex Harassment

Webinar Description

The webinar addressed strategies for effectively representing individuals who are both dealing with the implications of immigration and facing workplace sex harassment.  It also covered the basics of seeking immigration relief for victims of sexual harassment, sexual assault, and human trafficking; strategies for effectively representing immigrants and undocumented survivors of workplace sex harassment, including by crafting appropriate settlements and preparing for bias in juries and judges; and identifying and securing supportive services for immigrants dealing with sex harassment and other sexual violence.

National Women’s Law Center Webinar Page and Webinar Recording

Training Materials


All NIWAP Webinars

PowerPoint Presentations

Webinar PowerPoint Presentation

NIWAP Training Materials

NIWAP Materials

 Dynamics & Barriers for Immigrant & Refugee Survivors 

Legal Rights Overviews and Brochures

 Immigration Options for Immigrant Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence 

The U and T Visas 

U Visa Certification and State Court Discovery 


Family and Civil Court Discovery 

VAWA Confidentiality

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Resources

AEquitas Resources

Cases and Trafficking Articles

Public Benefits Interactive Maps and State Charts

Public Benefits and Services for Immigrant Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence

Legal Services Corporation Funded Assistance for Immigrant Victims

Child Care

Driver’s Licenses



T Visas and Human Trafficking

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Self-Petition